СТАЛЬ or the transliteration will be STAL'. I hope it helps.
The Russian word for phone is 'телефон' (telefon). It literally is a transliteration of the word telephone.
I think bravo is an international word. If you mean saying bravo when you applause is the same thing: Браво - Bravo. In Russian sometimes we say: Браво Бис - Bravo, Beas! where Bravo means that you liked the scene and Beas is that you would like to hear it again.
Star in Russian is : Zvezda. [zvez-duh]
It's in cyrilic the Russian alphabet. Translated will mean: Roscosmos =Russian cosmos. Like the NASA but Russian.
Здравствуйте, как дела?
zdras-tvoy-tye kak dye-la
If you mean a name, I belive that in Russia either they don't call childen by that name or they just use name Gabriel. Гаврил - that's how you write it, I'm not sure how to spell it tho. .
Referring to a female: Привет, дорогая.
Referring to a male: Привет, дорогой.
Меня зовут _______ (name)
Read: /Min'ya za'vut/
Suits for every situation.
Less common, rather official:
Мое имя _______ (name)
Read: /Ma'yo 'imya/
Pocnhka is a Russian brand of natural mineral water.
Privet (привет) is "hi" in Russian.
Names are not translated into different words, they are meaningless unless applied to a subject. Ethan would be spelt "Этхан" when directly transfered to Cyrillic, only Russians would read "Этхан" as "Et-han". There is no "th" sound in Cyrillic.
Dobro Pozhalovat' v Avstraliyu
"Mne nujna pomosh." = "I need help."
Spelled in Russian "Мне нужна помощь."
Or "Pomogitye!" = "Help!" if that's a call for help.
Spelled in Russian "Помогите!"
Mir - мир = world; peace.
Джеффри - Pronounced Jeffry
Привет милая девушка
Privet milaya devushka
It means "fast". Or "be fast".
"Bystro" would be the better transliteration. It's an adverb that means fast, quickly, rapidly
"Чем я могу вам помочь?" [`tchem-yah-mah-`goo-vahm-pah-`motch]. Literally, this means 'With what can i help you?'
Russian word for "hope" is "НАДЕЖДА" (NADEZHDA). It is also popular as a name. If used as a name, it is common to utilize the diminutive form of it "НАДЯ" (NADYA).
ya pridurak = "I'm an idiot"